- A poisonous, perennial twining natural herb (Tamus communis) indigenous to Eurasia and often cultivated as an ornamental for its red berries.
- a plant (Tamus communis) so-named from the dark glossy leaves and black root; black colored bindweed.
- common European twining vine with tuberous roots and cordate leaves and purple fruits
- Definition for "black bryony"
- A poisonous, perennial twining natural herb (Tamus communis)…
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- Hypernym for "black bryony"